Exclusive Masterclass with Tim Flavin: Using Music and Rhythm as Icebreakers
Exclusive Extras • 16m
Join Olivier award-winning West End and Broadway star, Tim Flavin (My One and Only, Crazy For You, Kiss Me Kate, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Chicago, 42nd Street and Director of Musical Theatre at The Arden School of Theatre). Tim shows you the 'Showbiz Happy Birthday' fun music and rhythm icebreaker where you build a chord together to create a professional rendition. Then learn Spike Jonze's 'Syncopated Rhythm', a playful rhythmic performance using six elements that you can learn and take with you into your showbiz lives!
About Tim Flavin:
Tim Flavin is the Director of Musical Theatre at The Arden School of Theatre and is the first American actor to be presented with the Laurence Olivier Award for his performance in Rodgers and Hart’s ON YOUR TOES at the Palace Theatre. Other West End credits include the role of Billy Buck Chandler in MY ONE AND ONLY at the Piccadilly Theatre for which he was again nominated for an Olivier Award for best actor in a musical. His performance prompted one critic to say, “When God created musicals, it was because he knew that Tim Flavin would come along.” (The Scotsman 26 Feb. 02) The role of Bobby Child in CRAZY FOR YOU at the Prince Edward garnered another best actor nomination. Most recently he appeared as Buddy Plummer in FOLLIES (London Palladium), Phil Davis in WHITE CHRISTMAS , and Julian Marsh in 42ND STREET.
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